Originally Posted by NovaCoder
All of the these FPGA projects seem to have trouble getting a something to retail (only MiniMig has really made it to-date).
FPGA Arcade continues slowly, Clone-A is apparently also alive but again is moving very slowly.
The return of the investment in time and money isn't the easiest to recoup in this niche, so i guess investing in using "spare time" to develop this ideas makes them for long winded projects. However it doesn't matter for me if the FPGA boards come out in 2013, 2015 or 2020. I got enough toys to tinker with.